Short biography

Barbara Gisler-Haase is professor for flute at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.

In 1974, she was a prize winner at the “Prague Spring” competition, in 1983, she founded the ensemble “Vienna Flautists”, in 1997, she founded the Jubal Trio Vienna for flute, violoncello and piano.

Numerous concerts with both ensembles, as well as more than 15 CDs. Author of the flute school “Magic Flute” consisting of several volumes and the “Fit for the Flute” series.

International courses and juror at international competitions.

In 2009, co-inventor of a new flute according to the “wave-line” principle for children, who start learning how to play the flute. The instrument won a Red-dot Award and a Houska Recognition Prize.

Barbara Gisler-Haase is the head of the Leonard Bernstein Institute for Wind Instruments and Percussion Instruments at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.

 

Biography

Barbara Gisler-Haase

was born and raised in Vienna.
  • She studied the flute at the former Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst (Academy of Music and Performing Arts, now renamed University of Music and Performing Arts).
  • In 1973, concert diploma with distinction.
  • Since 1974, teaching position at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, later renamed University of Music and Performing Arts.
  • Since 1999, professor of flute at the Leonard Bernstein Institute for Wind Instruments and Percussion Instruments at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.
  • 2002 to 2015,  Head of the Institute. 
  • Since 2015,  Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Art and Young Artists Promotion.